Street Style Bun Kabab Sliders

I recently conquered my fear of making shami kabab at home and made a huge batch for my freezer! Not only was it easy to make (a little time consuming but considering the amount you end up not a big deal), but this means bun kababs all day everyday. This classic street food found in…

Chana Masala

In a time crunch? Need dinner on the table stat? I got you. Chickpeas are generally liked by all, and go great with naan, fresh roti and rice. They actually go great in rice as well, but that’s a recipe for another day. They’re great to make on the side and are of course, amazing…

Tori (Zucchini)

I’ve loved tori since I was a kid, and it’s one of the few vegetables I love eating, only if it’s cooked the Pakistani way, though. Potatoes I can have in any form, but tori only hits the spot if its stewed in an onion and tomato masala with a sprinkling of fresh cilantro, mopped up by…

Chicken Handi

Every time I make this it reminds me of home. There’s something about the delicious tomato and fried onion gravy that coats the succulent chicken cubes, all to be scooped up into a fresh piece of naan… Ok, i’m hungry now. Here’s what you’ll need to make this: 3-4 Tbsp oil 1 pound boneless chicken…

Pakoray

It’s Ramadan, and no matter how vigorously you swear off fried food before it starts, you end up in a downward spiral towards all the deep fried foods that have become associated with fasting, because who needs all the health benefits, right? And the king of fried food are delicious crunchy and fulfilling Pakorey. I…